Project Advisors - Treasure Hunting, Shipwreck Recovery and Archaeology

The team members of Treasure Expeditions and the CEO, Bradley Williamson, have traveled both domestically and internationally for their services as Project Advisors. We have over 100 cumulative years of experience and success at advising and leading successful treasure hunting, shipwreck recovery and archaeological expeditions.


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Project Advisors - Treasure Hunting, Shipwreck Recovery and Archaeology

bradley williamson cave diveThe team members of Treasure Expeditions and the CEO, Bradley Williamson, have traveled both domestically and internationally for their services as Project Advisors. We have over 100 cumulative years of experience and success at advising and leading successful treasure hunting, shipwreck recovery and archaeological expeditions. In special cases we have helped projects move forward by locating and providing funding for expeditions.

Recently, Mr. Williamson and his team were flown to Canada to advise on the recovery of treasure from several shipwrecks. Brad and the team not only advised but recovered large amounts of gold and silver along with valuable artifacts from the shipwrecks - all to the benefit of the company who retained our services as advisors. The recovery of sunken treasure was in an extremely remote region of northern Canada. In fact, after retaining our services the expedition was such a success that it was filmed for an upcoming TV special.

bradley williamson at sphinx in egyptAnother example was when we were retained as advisors and flown to the Bahamas. In this instance Bradley Williamson and the team were retained by a group of investors who had invested a sum of funds into a shipwreck recovery project. Before investing any further funds they retained our service as project advisors to do a professional analysis of the project and verify if in fact it was a valid shipwreck and if there really was a valuable cargo as had been presented to them.

Upon arrival in the Bahamas, Brad and the team investigated and found that based on the stated location of the shipwreck there would not be the valuable cargo as had been presented to the investors. In addition we arrived with remote sensing equipment (side scan sonar, cesium magnetometer, sub-bottom profiler, etc.) to verify the existence of a possible shipwreck. We discovered that there was not even a shipwreck. We exposed the project as a fraud perpetrated to try to obtain funds for a false treasure wreck site. By retaining our services we saved the investors from loosing any more funds on a false recovery project.

If you are interested in obtaining more information or retaining our services please contact: Admin@TreasureExpeditions.Com

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